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  • MEASUREMENT OF EXCHANGEABLE CATIONS IN BENTONITES*

    cation exchange measurements. Frink (1964} has recently completed extensive work on cation exchange of bentonite using 0.2 g samples, while Rich (1961) used even smaller clay samples of 0.1 g in his work. The number of saturations, washes and extrac- tions and the volume of solutions used on soils and clays have also varied among workers. USDA *Contribution of the Southwest Branch of the

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  • Natural bentonites—influence of the ion exchange and

    2001-09-01· In that geochemical environment an ion exchange of sodium-bentonite to calcium-bentonite occurs over a period of approximately 1–3 years, if in contact with cover-soil seepage. As a result, there is a slight increase in hydraulic conductivity of approximately half

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  • Comparative Analysis on Chemical Composition of Bentonite

    Comparative Analysis on Chemical Composition of Bentonite Clays Obtained from Ashaka and Tango Deposits in Gombe State, Nigeria is balanced by exchangeable cations such as Na+, K+, Ca2+ in the interlayer together with water molecules bonded by ion-dipole forces. The hydration of these inorganic cations causes the clay mineral surface to be hydrophilic (Xi et al., 2007; Banik et al., 2015

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  • Effect of Bentonite Binder on Adsorption and Cation

    In order to investigate the effect of bentonite binder on adsorption and cation exchange properties of granulated nano NaY zeolite, the adsorption of Xe and N2 and removal of Sr2+ ion from aqueous solution was studied. The results showed that increase in bentonite content of granules from 20 to 40 weight percent caused increase in the rupture load of granules by 232%, decrease in BET surface

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  • Bentonite, Zeolite, and Diatomite - MDPI

    sorption characteristics, samples of high purity were examined as sorbents: bentonite, glauconite, zeolite, and diatomite. A detailed description of their mineral composition, cation exchange capacity and specific surface of sorbents is given. XRD, XRF, FTIR, SEM, and BET adsorption methods were used for assaying. The sorption and desorption

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  • Sorption and diffusion behaviours of strontium in sodium

    Cation-exchange reactions have been considered a predominant mode of Sr sorption onto bentonite because of experimental data showing the reversibility of sorption, competing sorption with other cations, etc. [5, 6]. Deprotonation of surface hydroxyl groups exposed at the edge sites of smectite causes overall negative charge in alkaline pH region [7], con-tributing to surface complexation of

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  • Estimation of Cation Exchange Capacity of Montmorillonite

    2007-02-05· Cation exchange capacity (CEC) is one of the fundamental properties of clays and provides a means for estimating the general chemical properties of clays. The ammonium acetate saturation and sodium saturation methods are commonly used for measuring CEC. However, both methods are experimentally quite difficult and time consuming. This study investigates the feasibility of

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  • Cation Exchange Properties of Bentonite | The Journal of

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  • Measurements on Cation Exchange Capacity of Bentonite in

    Determination of cation exchange capacity (CEC) of bentonite in the LOT experiment was the topic of this study. The measurements were performed using the complex of copper(II) ion with trietylenetetramine [Cu(trien)]2+ as the index cation. Testing of the determination method suggested that (i) drying and wetting of the bentonite, and (ii) exchange time affect the obtained result. The real CEC

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  • Bentonite surface modification and characterization for

    2016-03-30· The cation exchange capacity (CEC) values were determined by the ammonium acetate method (Bashour & Sayegh 2007). X-ray powder diffraction patterns were obtained using an X-ray diffractometer D8 advance of Bruker (Germany) with an X-ray tube anode Cu of wavelength 1.5406 (Cu Kα). The X-ray diffraction (XRD) patterns were obtained from 3 to 60°. Major elements were

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  • MEASUREMENT OF EXCHANGEABLE CATIONS IN BENTONITES*

    cation exchange measurements. Frink (1964} has recently completed extensive work on cation exchange of bentonite using 0.2 g samples, while Rich (1961) used even smaller clay samples of 0.1 g in his work. The number of saturations, washes and extrac- tions and the volume of solutions used on soils and clays have also varied among workers. USDA *Contribution of the Southwest Branch of the

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  • Effect of Bentonite Binder on Adsorption and Cation

    In order to investigate the effect of bentonite binder on adsorption and cation exchange properties of granulated nano NaY zeolite, the adsorption of Xe and N2 and removal of Sr2+ ion from aqueous solution was studied. The results showed that increase in bentonite content of granules from 20 to 40 weight percent caused increase in the rupture load of granules by 232%, decrease in BET surface

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  • What Does Bentonite Clay Do? - WebMD

    Bentonite has a high cation exchange capacity. That means clay, which has a negative charge, can attract positively charged ions. Those are minerals like magnesium, sodium, and potassium. Bentonite

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  • Effect of Bentonite Binder on Adsorption and Cation

    In order to investigate the effect of bentonite binder on adsorption and cation exchange properties of granulated nano NaY zeolite, the adsorption of Xe and N2 and removal of Sr2+ ion from aqueous solution was studied. The results showed that increase in bentonite content of granules from 20 to 40 weight percent caused increase in the rupture load of granules by 232%, decrease in BET surface

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  • Alkali Metal Cation Exchange on Chambers Montmorillonite

    The ΔG° values ranged from +80 cal mole ‐1 for Na→Li exchange to ‐1886 cal mole ‐1 for Na→Cs exchange and were approximately twice as large as those found previously for similar exchange reactions on Wyoming bentonite having an exchange capacity of 92 ± 2 meq/100 g. The ΔG° values reflect cation selectivity differences of a factor of two to three between the two clays. In

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  • Bentonite - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    Bentonite enriched in montmorillonite with 75 meq/100 g of cation exchange capacity, as determined in this laboratory, was provided by Linan Chemical Factory of Bentonite of Zhejiang Province. Ethyl acrylate monomer was purified by distillation under reduced pressure before use. All

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  • Bentonite surface modification and characterization for

    2016-03-30· The cation exchange capacity (CEC) values were determined by the ammonium acetate method (Bashour & Sayegh 2007). X-ray powder diffraction patterns were obtained using an X-ray diffractometer D8 advance of Bruker (Germany) with an X-ray tube anode Cu of wavelength 1.5406 (Cu Kα). The X-ray diffraction (XRD) patterns were obtained from 3 to 60°. Major elements were

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  • Lab Study on the Effect of Cation Exchange Capacity on

    The bentonite-free slurry fluid formulation system composed of plant gum, polyanionic cellulose, liquid ion stabilizer, graphite powder, and barite is selected on the basis of existing research because the bentonite itself has a certain cation exchange capacity, and the polymeric materials can meet the design requirements of viscosity, rheology, and filtration loss. Different cation exchange

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  • Role of bentonite in prevention of T-2 toxicosis in rats.

    Male weanling rats were fed diets containing 5% bentonite, anion exchange resin, cation exchange resin or vermiculite-hydrobiotite. Each diet was fed with and without 3 micrograms T-2 toxin/g of feed for 2 wk. Bentonite and anion exchange resin were the treatments most successful at overcoming growth depression and feed refusal caused by T-2 toxin. Subsequent experiments tested bentonite and

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  • 9 Badass Benefits of Bentonite Clay For Skin

    These clays are known for their high cation-exchange capacity, meaning that they're capable of drawing out impurities. Third, 70% of bentonite deposits can be found right here in good ole Wyoming—it was even named after a rock formation near Fort Benton. Benefit #1: Sucks Up Toxins. Bentonite is a beast when it comes to handling toxins. To understand how this works, let's go over a quick

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